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KPIX 5 News at Noon

News; News/Business. Frank Mallicoat and Michelle Griego. New.

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Oakland 11, Kpix 6, Sandra 3, Southern California 3, America 3, Teresa Garcia 2, Jackson 2, Tony Tantillo 2, Brown 2, Obama 2, Bart 2, James Dimaggio 2, Juliette 2, Donna 2, Hannah 2, Richmond 2, U.s. 2, San Diego 2, Russia 2, San Jose 2,
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  CBS    KPIX 5 News at Noon    News; News/Business. Frank  
   Mallicoat and Michelle Griego. New.  

    August 7, 2013
    12:00 - 12:31pm PDT  

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that's after gunfire rips ta bedroom, hitting a sleepingy boy. >> your realtime captioner: linda marie macdonald. police fan out in an oakland neighborhood this morning after gunfire rips through a bedroom hitting a
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sleeping baby boy. i'm juliette goodrich. >> i'm frank mallicoat. michelle griego is off. a baby and his father both shot and killed in their home. kpix 5's cate caugiran live in oakland where police are trying to figure out why that home was targeted. cate. reporter: we're also learning that the victim and his family were in town from fresno visiting not sure a family member's birthday party. they stayed longer and a cousin was killed in a separate shooting in east oakland and they were going to stay for the funeral so it's tragedy on top of tragedy. i don't know what's worse whether the fact that 1-year- old drew jackson is now oakland's youngest victim. a family grieves holding on to one another in disbelief. reportedly the family confirms 1-year-old drew jackson the baby in this photo died after
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he was taken to the hospital with gunshot wounds. family members also confirmed the boy's father 20-year-old andrew thomas died in this morning's shooting. several shots were fired into the window. he is the youngest homicide victim in oakland and he is among a growing number of children caught in the crossfire. nine young children have been shot in oakland this year. two have died. >> several children have been shot and killed within this last year. and it's not only concerning but troubling. >> reporter: now officers are looking for leads hoping neighbors might know why this house and why this family. >> we are going to really need to depend on each other to
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share this information. this is a tragedy. >> other people were in the house. >> reporter: just the one bedroom was shot into which begs the question why. >> any information on a suspect or suspects involved? >> reporter: not much information. the carry-onle is is reporting that police are looking into the fact that it might have been retaliation and they are looking into the fact that there might be more than one suspect. >> cate caugiran live in oakland, thank you. right now a board appointed by governor brown is hearing both sides of the bart dispute. kpix 5 reporter ryan takeo has been following the panel hearing all morning. what's the latest? >> reporter: juliette, both sides are taking a break right now including that three-member panel. i just stepped outside of the proceedings. within the last hour, we learned how far apart both
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sides really are. $100million apart according to bart negotiatedders and according to their projections. so far only bart management is giving their side offering a 9% raise over the course of the next four years. plus, employees must pay their pensions, they are not paying any pensions now. and they will have to pay more for their healthcare. bart's gm explained this is a critical time for bart. they want to reinvest into new trains for bart. and she says one of the problems is the rising costs of healthcare. workers in private and public sector are paying about $4,000 towards the cost of their health premium more than four times more than the $92 a month that bart employees pay. >> reporter: this panel is supposed to take the rest of the day, this meeting is supposed to last hours into this afternoon. three of bart's unions are
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supposed to talk to the three member panel and give their side. juliette? >> ryan, what is the plan after today's hearing? they meet now and it's a final decision? what happens? >> reporter: not even a recommendation to the governor. they are just going to give a full report of what they see today, what they hear from both sides, and then they will give that report to governor brown. he will make a determination within the next seven days on whether or not there's going to be a two-month cooling-off period. >> all right. and the clock is ticking. thank you. ac transit buses are operating today thanks to a last-minute deal with unions. now union leaders will need to present the tentative contract before members for ratification. the deal includes a 9.5% raise and has employees paying part of their healthcare costs. the contract would last three years. >> we will be taking the tentative agreement to our members so that they can review
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it and scheduling a ratification vote later this month. hopefully our members will agree and ratify the contract. >> more than 1600 bus operators and mechanics are covered by the contract. their old agreement ran out at the end of june. it is her job to investigate crimes and now she may be the victim of one. family members and police are now intensifying their search for a missing bay area investigator. sandra coke last seen on sunday night at her oakland home on aileen street. the next day her car and two cell phones were found in various east bay locations. authorities say coke's latest case involved her missing dog. kpix 5's anne makovec details the unusual events leading up to her disappearance. >> we are very worried and, you know, we suspect that she has been abducted. >> reporter: it's another anxious day for friends and family of sandra coke, who hasn't been seen since leaving her home to run an errand sunday night. >> i just knew that sandra wouldn't go away and leave her doesn't there alone.
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>> reporter: coke is an investigator for the federal public defender's office in sacramento, specializing in death penalty cases. >> we don't know if this has anything to do with her job. but as far as we know she has no enemies. >> reporter: they are friends think her disappearance -- her friends think they are disappearance may have something to do with her dog stolen during a home burglary in may. at one point two men asked for $1,000 ransom for the dog. meanwhile, coke put up missing posters all around the east bay. >> all we can imagine is it that she -- is that she went to meet somebody about a tip about the dog and said she would be home within a half hour and hasn't been heard from since. >> we have a lot of speculation and so through that speculation, we're trying to find out what is true. >> reporter: she was seen last sunday night at her home on aileen street in oakland. her car was found tuesday night two miles away on 32nd street. her work cell phone was found in emeryville and her personal
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cell in richmond. that second cell phone was found at the intersection of wilson and macdonald in richmond very close to i-80 so it is possible someone threw the phone out a car window from the highway above. friends and family members say it is very much out of character for coke to be out of touch. >> this is every family member's nightmare. my sister is the devoted mother of a 15-year-old daughter and who really needs her. [ crying ] >> and so as you can imagine, this is just been like a nightmare for her and for the family. >> reporter: in oakland, anne makovec, kpix 5. >> in less than an hour a group of family, friends and coworkers will post flyers and search for sandra coke near her oakland home. right now, an intense manhunt under way for 40-year- old man suspected of killing a woman and her son and kidnapping her 16-year-old daughter in southern california. 40-year-old james dimaggio is suspected of killing the children's mother christina anderson.
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with morning on the developing story, cbs reporter teresa garcia shares their father's emotional message. >> i'm begging to you let my daughter go. you've taken everything else. >> reporter: brett anderson is pleading with his friend james dimaggio for the safe return of his 16-year-old daughter. san diego police believe dimaggio kidnapped hannah anderson after he killed her mother and burned down his own house. authorities found the remains of a child who may be hannah's 8-year-old brother, ethan. anderson also sent a message to his daughter. >> hannah, we all love you very much. if you have a chance, you take it. you run. >> reporter: a statewide amber alert for the missing girl now includes parts of mexico. police are not certain if dimaggio is still driving his blue nissan versa or where he might be headed. >> we have received some information that either texas or canada may have been the destination he was heading to. realistically we don't know where they're going. >> we love you! >> reporter: family members and
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friends held a prayer vigil tuesday night at hannah's high school. >> she is not going to let anybody hold her back. she doesn't let anybody else here do it at school. she is not going to let that coward of a man do it to her, either. >> reporter: investigators say dimaggio was very close to the anderson family and like an uncle to the missing girl and her brother. in san diego, teresa garcia, kpix 5. >> an autopsy performed on the remains of the young child found, authorities say it will take a few days to determine if the child was ethan anderson. today witnesses cheered as crews knocked down a cleveland house where three women were held captive and raped for a decade. ariel castro was sentenced last week to life plus 1,000 years. outside his home michelle knight, a survivor, released balloons for missing children. the other victims were not there but one spoke on her behalf. >> it felt great knowing that
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it's coming down, you know, now there will be closure for the whole family. >> i want people to know that they can have strength and hope and their child will come back. they will. just have to trust in god and you'll see they'll come back. >> authorities are now making sure the debris does not end up in the wrong hands and sold, sadly, as memorabilia. another suspected u.s. drone strike hit the arab nation of yemen this morning killing at least six suspected al qaeda militants. it comes a day after the state department terror warning triggered and exodus of americans from the country. they say it thwarted a major plot. the attack is believed to be the fifth strike on terrorists on yemen in two weeks. president obama cancelled his one on one visit with vladimir putin next month the latest in a series of setbacks
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between the two countries. the tanslation follow's russia's decision to grant asylum to edward snowden, accused of leaking national security agency secrets. mr. obama will still attend the g20 summit in russia. next round of the america's cup where they stand in the semifinal races. >> a home ownership is, you know, the quintessential element of the american dream. >> how the housing market takes center stage in the president's southern california tour. >> and leaden overcast in the bay area giving way to a peak of sunshine out there. the numbers warmer than yesterday and we are beginning a warm trend. i'll explain what that is, it's been so long, after a break coming up. ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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online interview with the he buying website, zillow. "homeownership is the quintessential element of t the president is continuing his tour of southern california and participating in an online interview with the home buying website sill low. ska home ownership is the quintessential american dream. so what we did was throw everything we could at helping homeowners who had seen their houses go under water. >> citizens around the country submitted questions about the housing market through social media. it was also a chance for mr. obama to emphasize his plan to strengthen the middle class. next on his agenda is heading to camp pendleton today to visit troops and thank them for their service. >> the federal reserve may pull back on its bond purchasing
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next month. the third day the dow is down. >> down 40 points. a fallen tree made a mess of traffic for a couple of muni lines this morning. a tree fell on randall street. crews are working to remove branches and debris so. j and f lines can resume service. in the meantime, muni is offering shuttles for commuters. belmont's little legal teak is on a role at the western regional tournament in southern california. earlier this week, they beat utah 13-3 in a game that was called after five innings. that's because of the 10-run mercy rule. so at 8:00 tonight, they take on so cal and the winner of the western regional will qualify for the little league world series in williamsport pennsylvania next week. so exciting. >> weather looks good in san bernardino.
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temperatures three to five degrees warmer than yesterday despite the fact that the skies are the color of frozen milk over san francisco. some sun breaking the action in terms of persistent overcast but it was drizzly this morning. they picked up light rain between 5 and 6 a.m. at the oakland airport. and yeah, it was actually in sausalito coming the down good this morning to the point of light rain. 69 in san jose. livermore with sunshine has 71. winds picking up ushering in that marine layer. all the low clouds out there out of the west at san jose to 6. san francisco has winds to 11 miles an hour. and fairfield the same as yesterday out of the southwest at 24 but dead calm up in santa rosa. here's what we're looking for. the afternoon clearing is cool and mild. low clouds and drizzle tonight but some changes beginning this weekend. more sunshine. this cutoff low the culprit in all this, meaning it's cut off
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from the main flow of the jet stream. it's not being ushered along, just sitting and spinning off the coast of northern california but very slowly as it comes closer to the shoreline the pressures drop and the temperatures will follow suit and so we get unseasonably cool weather about 10 degrees cooler than it should be this time of the year. so if you want to drive from autumn back into summer you can try th central valley. 90 in redding. in the south bay perfectly pleasant, sunshine and temperatures in the mid-70s. 73 santa clara. 76 palo alto. 63 at skyline in half moon bay. 72 for napa and 76 at pleasanton. north bay nice. low 70s and get some sun this afternoon. extended forecast here's that change we're talking about. we have temperatures warming back into the mid-80s by sunday inland and even warmer than that for monday and tuesday. so a little patience and a little warmth coming our way. >> looking good. thanks. artemis racing taking on luna rosa in the next semifinal round of the america's cup
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today. they will be starting in about an hour. italy's luna rosa won the first race in the semifinals. the italian catamaran won by 2 minutes to take the lead in the best-of-seven series. it was the first appearance for team artemis since the fatal accident during a training run back in may. some fans, though, a little disappointed by the small crowd watching the race. >> this is the first time the race has been in close enough to shore that people can watch them from the shore. most of the time they are 12 miles out and no fun. these will be great. >> the winner will race new zealand to take on larry ellison's boat for the america's cup in september. the hollywood treatment for the princess of wales. the new trailer that offers clues into her new biopic. >> and are you ready for a little football? we are just a day away from some 49ers football. defending nfc champs taking on the denver broncos tomorrow night at 6:00 and you can watch it here on kpix 5. ,,
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october 10. well, time to eat now. today's fresh grocer is all about broccoli. tony tantillo with healthy fresh shopping tips. >> reporter: well, today's tip of the day is going to be is going to be with broccoli. broccoli in the summertime, it's year round, but with all the summer fruits and vegetables out there, brocke this time of year is fantastic and it's priced great and loaded with nutritional value. best way to pick out broccoli is always make sure there's no yellowing on top whatsoever a little purple okay. check the stalks, make sure there is no cracking whatsoever and the smaller the better. when you bring them home, in the refrigerator right away. open up the plastic bag so they can breathe. now, broccoli with pasta this tim of year is great. or just par boil it or blanche it, either way, put it on the grill. cut the crowns in quarters. al live oil, salt, pep -- olive oil, salt, pepper, grilled broccoli you'll love it. i'm tony tantillo, your fresh
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lotto players have made it rich in the past. people lined up for the jackpot for powerball. this is the third largest ever jackpot and still growing. >> the chances of matching all five numbers plus the powerball number are 1 in 175 million. but you know, hey, could you have a shot. >> so if you bought a million tickets, odds would be one in 174 million > go do it. >> just buy one. >> give it a shot. >> thanks for watching. captions by: caption colorado comments@captioncolorado.com
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>> donna: again? you're doing this again? >> katie: i have to be sure, donna. i have to be sure that i can trust bill and...our sister. >> donna: they have more than proven themselves trustworthy. >> katie: they've been... behaving themselves. >> donna: behaving themselves? [ chuckles ] all they do is -- is talk about you and will and how to make the marriage stronger. he doesn't want brooke. he wants you. >> katie: we'll see. >> donna: i think we've already seen it. >> katie: yeah, well... this wasn't involved. >> bill: i wanted to surprise katie and take her to dinner. >> justin: she said she'd be right back. she intends to work late. >> bill: mm.